Tiger Woods is in the middle of a rough final round of the 2012 British Open, as he has stumbled through a round of three-over through 14 holes. Woods, who began the day well within contention of the title, now sits six strokes back of leader Adam Scott.
Scott has also had his troubles, posting a score of two-over through 13 holes. He still sits in good shape, three strokes ahead of the next closest golfer at nine-under. Graeme McDowell also has had his trouble, shooting four-over through 14 holes to fall off the pace to win.
Ernie Els seems to be the only golfer toward the top of the leaderboard that hasn't had trouble, as he has put in a round of one-under through 15 holes and sits at six-under.
You can find a full 2012 British Open Leaderboard at Golf.com.
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